Keith Posted March 29, 2012 Share Posted March 29, 2012 Went to a Reptile Expo and the sellers were nice enough to let me search through all the dubia they were selling. Found a orange-yellow female nymph, (99% of the ones that color were male), and I got a male "calico" nymph. I call it calico, because it has every color dubia come in mixed all over its body, even the wing pads are speckled! After eating the male's belly got more yellow colored. I'm curious to see what they will look like as adults, i'll keep you updated, looks like they have one more shed to sub-adult, then again to adult. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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